The Knook


The Knook

The KnookThe Knook 
Gifted by: Leisure Arts
Reviewed by Melissa Conner, Editor of


Are you looking to try something new? Knooking is the new knitting! What is knooking, you ask? The Knook is a specialized crochet hook that creates true knitted fabric, while the attached cord completely prevents dropped stitches. If you've ever wanted to dive into knitting, but didn't know how to take the plunge, then you might truly fall in love with the knook. This is a great way for crochet fans to learn how to knit and gives you the look of knitting without having to use two needles. It's the perfect tool!

Amazing for making everything from afghans and blankets to scarves, the Knook is an easy-to-use tool that is great for crafters of all ages...and in this Beginner Set, you'll get everything you need to help you get started, including three cords, three Knook hooks, and a How-to-Knook instruction book that will give you instructions for making four beginner Knook patterns. What's great about the Knook is that You can use it with any type of yarn and create all kinds of projects like you would with knitting needles.

The Knook also makes a great stocking stuffer idea and is a fun tool to take with you on a road trip or airplane ride. It's easy to use for both left-handers and right-handers, and is especially beneficial to those who might be new to knitting. Whether you're looking to try something new or you're a crocheter who just can't get the hang of knitting, the Knook is here to help! With easy-to-follow directions and project instructions, this tool is the next big thing in the world of textile crafting. Work up your favorite granny square, baby blanket or first-ever afghan with the Knook!

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This Knook Leisure Art looks like it may be a good project to try. I have not knitted in years and I seen this advertised and thought it might be a different route to go. Has anyone tried who knits tried this yet? Does it look like the item was knitted? I wanted to teach my grand daughter how to knit but she is 7 years old? Do you think this is too young for the knook?


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